College of Natural Resources, UC Berkeley

Albirght Lecture

Jared Diamond - The World Until Yesterday: What Can We Learn from Traditional Societies? Wednesday, April 30, 2014. 7-8:30PM, International House Auditorium LEARN MORE »

Reconstructing the
Global Food System

The goal of the new Berkeley Food Institute is nothing less than transforming the way the world grows, processes, distributes, and consumes food. READ MORE »

Forestry Centennial

The College of Natural Resources is celebrating throughout the year, culminating with The Centennial Party at Berkeley's historic Faculty Club. READ MORE »

The New Naturalists

UC's California Naturalist Program is integrating citizen science into conservation. READ MORE »

Renewable Energy

California Public Utilities Commissioner and Energy and Resources Group Ph.D. Candidate Carla Peterman is leading an effort to improve energy storage. READ MORE

Vision, Funds, and Rigor

Bob Epstein is a driving force behind Berkeley's new food mission. READ MORE »

What's New

Biomarker discovery can help ID sudden oak death-susceptible trees

Researchers have developed a way to predict the resistance or susceptibility of trees to sudden oak death, providing the first effective method to manage trees in currently and potentially infested natural areas.

UC Berkeley Mourns the Loss of Sydney Kustu

A memorial will be held May 2 for plant and microbial biology professor Sydney Kustu, who died at age 71.

Corporate-funded academic inventions spur increased innovation, analysis says

A new study led by ARE professor Brian Wright has found that, contrary to prevailing assumptions, corporate-funded research spurs broad-based innovation.

Video Spotlight

CNR Student Perspectives

Hear from current students the benefits of studying in the College of Natural Resources at UC Berkeley.

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